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Over 30+ warmlines plus webinars, workshops, job postings, special events, consumer input opportunities and more.

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How Events are Sorted:

First, at the top of the list: Disaster Hotline & Oregon Safe + Strong Helpline.

Next in the list: Bundled “All Day” Events for organizations with events happening at multiple times throughout the day and/or in many formats or locations; these are bundled into a single listing to prevent endless scrolling.  Usually these offer a lookup by zip code or other criteria. 

Lastly, Time-Specific Events listed by start time from 12:01am early morning to 11:59pm late night.  Warmlines and places east of Oregon’s time zone tend to start earlier (e.g. 4am in Oregon is 7am in New York).

Dec
3
Sat
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 3 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 3 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
4
Sun
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 4 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 4 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
5
Mon
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 5 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 5 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
6
Tue
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 6 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 6 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
7
Wed
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 7 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 7 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
8
Thu
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 8 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 8 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
9
Fri
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 9 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 9 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
10
Sat
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 10 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 10 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
11
Sun
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 11 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 11 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
12
Mon
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 12 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 12 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
13
Tue
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 13 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 13 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
14
Wed
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 14 all-day

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Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals

 

Human Trafficking – Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support
Dec 14 all-day
Human Trafficking - Crisis Line - Trafficking Survivors - Resources - Articles - Peer Support

 

 

Human Trafficking

Crisis Line – Trafficking Survivors – Resources – Articles – Peer Support

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.

Toll Free Phone:

1-888-373-7888

Text:

“Help” or “Info” to 233733 (BeFree)

Live chat:

Referral directory:

National Survivor Network has Peer to Peer Mentors: https://nationalsurvivornetwork.org/membership/

Child Welfare Information Gateway

Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Organizations

Call to Safety Line (Portland, Oregon)

Phone: 503.235.5333

Toll Free: 888-235-5333

Multnomah County Resources andHotline for victims / survivors:

OREGON RESOURCE LIST (PDF) for Survivors

Rebecca Bender (Grants Pass, OR)

Resources Page

REBECCA BENDER IS CEO OF THE REBECCA BENDER INITIATIVE AND FOUNDER OF ELEVATE ACADEMY

Rebecca is a thought leader, advocate, and consultant who equips individuals and organizations to identify and fight human trafficking in their own back yards. She was appointed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regularly testifies as an expert witness in court, and has trained over 100,000 professionals, including FBI, Homeland Security, regional law enforcement and medical personnel. She works closely with the Oregon Department of Justice and is a leading voice in the fight against trafficking nationally.

The U.S. INSTITUTE AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING LAUNCHED

PROJECT: REACH OUT

TO REACH AND PROVIDE SERVICES TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS.

Project REACH

Phone: (617) 232–1303 ex. 211

Fax: (617) 232-1280

Email: ehopper@jri.org

http://www.traumacenter.org/clients/reach_svcs.php

General Scope: Project REACH provides consultation and brief mental health services to trafficking victims throughout the United States. Project REACH provides case consultation to local health providers regarding individuals who have been trafficked, offering expertise on trauma and mental health to local providers.
UPDATE: The Trauma Center at JRI has closed. In 2017 Dr. Bessel van der Kolk was terminated due to allegations of creating a hostile environment that allowed the then ED to engage in abusive practices.

FREE Training Video (Signup Required / eCourse) Utilizing Telehealth in Identifying and Resourcing Trafficking Victims

https://www.telementalhealthtraining.com/utilizing-telehealth-in-identifying-and-resourcing-trafficking-victims

US National Office for Victims of Crime

Upcoming events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events

On-demand events at:

https://ovc.ojp.gov/events/on-demand-events

PREVENTING RETRAUMATIZATION: A MACRO SOCIAL WORK APPROACH

https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/practice/preventing-retraumatization-a-macro-social-work-approach-to-trauma-informed-practices-policies/

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT TOOLKIT DEVELOPMENT FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING:A WORK IN PROGRESS

https://fspeel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Peer-to-Peer_Support_Toolkit_for_HT_Survivors-Work_in_Progress_June2020.pdf

National Human Trafficking Training & Technical Assistance Center Publications

Peer Support Groups Exploratory Brief

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-03/Peer%20Support%20Groups%20Exploratory%20Brief%20508c.pdf

 

CONDUCTING SEEKING SAFETY PEER LED PROGRAM WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO EXPERIENCE HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND SUD

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/2021-09/NHTTAC%20Peer%202%20Peer%20Factsheet_508-Ready%20for%20Website.pdf

Peer-Led Support Groups: Overview of the Empirical Research and Implications for Individuals Who Have Experienced Trafficking and Substance Use Disorder (Overview, Peer Support Outcomes, etc.)

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ee517995ce62276749898ed/t/608ac0a5899f45278fb958f0/1619706022880/NHTTAC+Peer+Support+Lit+Review_FINAL+resubmission_3.12.21.pdf

 

Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations (February 2018)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/toolkit-building-survivor-informed-organizations

 

Survivor-Informed Practice: Definition, Best Practices, and Recommendations (October 2017)

https://nhttac.acf.hhs.gov/resources/survivor-informed-practice-definition-best-practices-and-recommendations-october-2017

Survivor-Informed Practice: Self-Guided Assessment Tool (October 2017)
Human Trafficking Task Force eGuide: Using a Trauma Informed Approach
A WAY OUT – 23 ONLINE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS FOR SURVIVORS OF DV / SEXUAL ASSAULT

HOPE FOR JUSTICE

Spot the signs – several flyers:
Report a concern:
To report a concern of human trafficking or modern slavery
Call (615) 356-0946 on Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm CST
For general information:
USA
HOPE FOR JUSTICE
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228
(+1) 615-356-0946
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)
Visit this link for more information and resources:
Upcoming events including a business lunch and learn, a conference and more:
Spot the signs (further details at this link):
[POTENTIAL] INDICATORS OF MODERN SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING
  • Houses or flats with too many people, all picked up or dropped off at the same time

  • People who seem scared, confused or have untreated injuries

  • Few or no documents, or someone else in control of their documents / passport

  • No control over their own post/mail, no phone or phone held by someone else

  • Low or no pay

  • One person speaking on behalf of many others, who may avoid eye contact or conversation

  • Lights on at workplaces at strange times – are people living there?

  • Feel they are in debt to someone

  • Limited freedom of movement and dependency on others

  • Fear of police/authorities

  • Fear of a trafficker, believing their life or families’ lives are at risk if they escape or complain

  • Anxious and unwilling to tell others about their situation

  • Poor health, malnutrition or untreated dental conditions

  • Bruising; signs of other physical or psychological trauma including anxiety, confusion, memory loss

  • Less often, someone believing they are being controlled through witchcraft

Note: Those affected are unlikely to self-identify as a ‘victim’ and may not realize or accept they are being controlled

Dec
15
Thu
01 – Helpline – SHNHL – StrongHearts – StrongHearts Native Helpline – (844)-7NATIVE (762-8483) – Chat – 24/7 @ Hotline
Dec 15 all-day

StrongHearts Logo

Domestic and Sexual Violence Is Never Okay

StrongHearts Native Helpline 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential and anonymous domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally-appropriate support and advocacy.

 

Our Services

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic, dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

  • Peer support and advocacy
  • Information and education about domestic violence and sexual violence
  • Personalized safety planning
  • Crisis intervention
  • Referrals to Native-centered domestic violence and sexual violence service providers
  • Basic information about health options
  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams
  • General information about jurisdiction and legal advocacy referrals